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The dissolution of Parliament took place on Thursday 30 May 2024. All business in the House of Commons and House of Lords has come to an end. There are currently no MPs and every seat in the Commons is vacant until after the general election on 4 July 2024.

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Prisons news from UK Parliament.

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Education Committee  launches prison education inquiry
The Education Committee examines to what degree adults in prison and younger learners in custody can access suitable education
19 November 2020
Call for detail on older prisoners strategy and screening for dementia
The Justice Committee publishes the Government’s response to its report on Ageing Prison Population
17 November 2020
Experts and practitioners questioned on the future of the National Probation Service
The Justice Committee examines the second major reform of Probation Service in recent years
12 October 2020
Committee to hold Pre-Appointment Hearing for the role of HM Chief Inspector of Prisons
Committee to question Government's preferred candidate for the role of HM Chief Inspector of Prisons
11 September 2020
MoJ’s “naïve” approach to outsourcing has failed the taxpayer and prisoners
Committee publish their report Improving the prison estate
11 September 2020
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Lords question government on Covid-19 and the prison system on 14 May
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13 May 2020
Lords discusses impact of Covid-19 on prisoners
Members debate offender rehabilitation programmes
24 April 2020
Lords debates treatment of offenders
Members discuss management reforms in prisons and communities
04 October 2019
Urgent question as inspector demands immediate improvement at Feltham YOI
Young Offendors Institute cannot accept new inmates until issues addressed
24 July 2019
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Government questioned as Serious Fraud Office fine Serco £19.2million
Outsourcing giant, Serco, fined £19.2million over electric tagging service
04 July 2019
UK Government must address poor living conditions and violence in Welsh prisons
Welsh Affairs Committee publishes report on prison provision in Wales
17 May 2019
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Government asked about its Transforming Rehabilitation programme
Labour's Shadow Justice Secretary asks about Government's probation reforms
04 March 2019
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Lords private members' bills
Animal welfare and anonymity for arrested persons on agenda
04 March 2019
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Statement as report finds rehabilitation of sex offenders lacking
Ministerial Statement in response to the findings of Joint HMI Prisons and Probations Report
24 January 2019
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Lords debates challenges facing young people
Peers discuss education, health, employment and 'generation rent'
14 December 2018
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